I insert the USB stick, the computer writes that the files were not found, and does not play. The same goes for audio files on a PC.
Quite an interesting situation. Have you ever noticed when exactly this started to happen? Maybe you updated drivers, installed programs and utilities, uninstalled components? And also clarify what exactly the system gives out.
In your question, you mentioned that music files are not played, but have you tried listening to system sounds? For this:
1. Open 'Control Panel' – 'Hardware and Sound' – 'Sound' or 'Change system sounds'.
2. Click on the 'Sounds' tab.
3. In the 'Program events' block, highlight any that you like and press listen, having previously selected a melody.
Check if service 'Windows Audi o' is enabled:
1. Run the 'services.msc' command.
2. Find 'Windows Audi o' in the list.
3. Open it and select 'Startup type' – 'Automatic'.
Also, I strongly recommend that you update all the codecs you need with any convenient program, for example, 'DriverPack Solutions'.
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